Zyscovich Higher Education Brochure

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Educational Design Higher Education

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Zyscovich is improving student outcomes through design Our exceptional experience in educational facilities planning and design provides our team with in-depth expertise aligning developmental objectives, safety concerns and the physical design of school facilities. To date, this experience comprises well over one billion square feet of educational facility construction, including programming, campus planning, prototype development and interior design services, as well as traditional architectural services, historic rehabilitation and construction administration. Our state-of-the-art facilities incorporate innovative and flexible spaces that facilitate teaching and enhance the student learning experience.

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PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE DR. DENNIS P. GALLON CAMPUS Loxahatchee, FL The new Palm Beach State College Dr. Dennis P. Gallon represents a pivotal moment in the College’s history as it brings high-quality, affordable education to the west-central areas of Palm Beach County. Designed as a sustainable and future net-zero campus, the overall approach to development is to preserve the rural, natural beauty of the site and the community.

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LEED® Certified, U.S. Green Building Council Net-Zero Ready FEFPA Architectural Showcase, 1st Place, Best College Outstanding Project, Learning by Design Education Design Showcase, College Planning & Management

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PALM BEACH STATE COLLEGE DENTAL & MEDICAL SERVICES TECHNOLOGY BUILDING Loxahatchee, FL This new state-of-the-art interdisciplinary science and medical facility is the next step in the development of a medicallyfocused academic campus. The new 88,650 SF Dental and Medical Services Technology Building features academic and administrative space, a Medical Surgical Simulation Lab, a Physical Therapy assisting suite, and a Dental Assisting and Hygiene education suite.

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MIAMI-DADE COLLEGE WOLFSON CAMPUS STUDENT SUPPORT CENTER Miami, FL The horizontal expression of the classroom building emphasizes differing program elements that are distributed in the building. The sustainable mission of the Student Support Center building is to promote the physical well-being of its occupants and expressly focuses on implementing Active Design Guidelines.

LEED Silver, U.S. Green Building Council FEFPA Showcase, Award of Merit, College Category CISCA, Gold Award for Lobby Wall AIANY / Center for Architecture FitNation Exhibition Feature Project

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MIAMI-DADE COLLEGE HIALEAH CAMPUS Hialeah, FL A variety of Flexible Student Life spaces are located off of the social and collaborative learning corridor, making the commuter campus feel like a home away from home. The indoor commons offers food services and café style seating. Corridors are extra-wide and feature niches for students to gather and socialize. Gathering spots of varying shapes and sizes throughout the facility encourage student collaboration. The extra-wide social and collaborative learning corridor is an internalized extension of the boulevard that begins at the entrance to the urban campus.

LEED Certified, U.S. Green Building Council FEFPA Showcase, 1st Place, Best College

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MIAMI-DADE COLLEGE MEDICAL BUILDING OFFICE DEVELOPMENT Miami, FL The MDC Medical Campus Development will create a hub for students and professionals from MDC and the surrounding Miami Health District to collaborate and foster interdisciplinary synergies preparing students for their future professional experiences. The Development will establish an iconic identity for MDC within the Miami Health District and anchor future development along the northern edge of the District.

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FLORIDA KEYS COMMUNITY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF NURSING Key Largo, FL Provided design concept and programming for the construction and furnishing of the future campus center, which will address the College’s need for more academic and administrative space for their Upper Keys location. Currently, the college’s Upper Keys location shares a facility with Coral Shores High School and needs a campus facility that provides a library/ learning commons, student lounge, testing center, computer lab, virtual lab, auditorium, state-of-the-art nursing lab, culinary and recreational space, and parking for students and faculty.

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FLORIDA KEYS COMMUNITY COLLEGE NEW RESIDENCE HALL Key Largo, FL The proposed concept for the new residence hall capitalizes on adjacent campus assets by making strong pedestrian and bike connections to the existing pool and recreation areas, and the dining center. Connection to outdoor activities is strengthened by the integration the housing with the unique and beautiful waterfront location. The new buildings, including the potential dining facility, will create a fresh face of the residence areas as well as act as a catalyst connection to the adjacent pool and recreation areas. The new building design will complement the campus architecture, however, will define a new and welcoming environment for living. Student Beds: 300 (Upper Classmen), 200 (Freshman)

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BROWARD COLLEGE AVIATION HANGAR Pembroke Pines, FL The project consisted of the creation of a comprehensive Design Criteria Package for a hangar addition, site work, and minor renovations for the existing Broward College South Campus, Building 99. The double height, one-story addition includes new program spaces for the aviation program totaling approximately 16,000 SF. The renovations to the existing building include minor modifications to the interior spaces to meet new program requirements and a partial replacement of the mechanical, electrical, lighting, plumbing, and fire protection systems.

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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI CENTENNIAL VILLAGE STUDENT HOUSING Coral Gables, FL Centennial Village is the University’s successful First-Year Experience program and features live-in faculty as well as professional and student staff that support and enhance the freshman experience. The Centennial Village campus housing facility features single and double rooms for approximately 2,100 students (inclusive of Eaton Residential College), private bathrooms, shared kitchenettes in common areas, classrooms, and learning hubs. Student Beds: 2,100

LEED Certified, U.S. Green Building Council WELL Building Certified FEFPA Showcase, Award of Merit, University Category

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UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI INNOVATION CENTER INCUBATOR & ACCELERATOR Miami, FL The technology infrastructure, comparable to that found in large corporations, allows members to have access to the technology features that would be cost prohibitive to a startup company. The Incubator provides the innovative physical and virtual infrastructure that freelancers, entrepreneurs, and creative class professionals need to succeed in the 21st century knowledge economy.

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UNIVERSITY OF CENTRAL FLORIDA STUDENT UNION & FOOD COURT Orlando, FL Since the original Student Union facility was built in the early 1990s, enrollment at UCF has doubled, exceeding weekday lunchtime seating capacity at the facility. The expansion of the food court will more than double the current seat count while providing additional study spaces and gathering areas for non-diners. A renovated outdoor seating area will also better serve the diverse needs of students outside the classroom. The expanded student union facility will accommodate additional national-brand restaurants, which will in turn provide more students with campus jobs.

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FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY MEDICAL RESEARCH & INNOVATION CENTER Boca Raton, FL The project consists of a 21,700 GSF facility that accommodates various faculty programs including community outreach with a clinic facility, procedure rooms and faculty offices. The new building is a threestory structure with each floor comprising approximately 8,000 SF of office, clinical procedure rooms and support spaces.

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FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY TECH RUNWAY Boca Raton, FL FAU Tech Runway is a private-public partnership that provides an innovative physical and virtual infrastructure that freelancers, entrepreneurs and creative class professionals need to succeed in the 21st century knowledge economy. Launched in fall 2014, the FAU Tech Runway is comprised of offices, research labs, and co-working spaces that enable members of each “Venture Class” to start and grow their business at a financial pace that makes sense to their bottom line. To date, the Tech Runway has served as the launchpad for nearly 100 startups that collectively have raised more than $95 million in capital, allowing for the creation of nearly 600 jobs and $110 million in revenue.

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FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY PINE JOG ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATIONAL CENTER West Palm Beach, FL The School District of Palm Beach County and Florida Atlantic University mission is to inspire and excite Palm Beach County children and residents in the science and art of restoring the natural landscape and promoting our role as responsible citizens in safeguarding the planet’s natural resources. The entire 150-acre parcel serves as an outdoor classroom and the two adjacent facilities share numerous site, building system synergies and design features. The partnership also provides ongoing environmental stewardship of the Pine Jog Nature Preserve.

LEED Gold, U.S. Green Building Council FEFPA Showcase, 1st Place AIA Miami Award of Excellence Governor’s Serve to Preserve, Green Schools Awards, School Finalist Best of Judges Award, Southeast Construction Best Green Building Award, Southeast Construction Gold Citation, Educational Interiors Showcase AS&U DesignShare Recognized Value Award Green Building of America Award, Real Estate & Construction Review Citation of Excellence, Learning by Design

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FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY A.D. HENDERSON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL Boca Raton, FL The project consists of a 21,700 GSF facility that accommodates various faculty programs including community outreach with a clinic facility, procedure rooms and faculty offices. The new building is a threestory structure with each floor comprising approximately 8,000 SF of office, clinical procedure rooms and support spaces.

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FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY MIXEDUSE PARKING GARAGE Boca Raton, FL The Boca Raton Campus did not have adequate parking to meet its needs, and the condition would have worsened with the growth of the campus and its population. As the campus continued to grow, many of the existing surface lots had been marked for future construction, putting a greater burden on the existing parking shortage. The campus parking requirement became more urgent with the opening of the new FAU Stadium with a capacity of 30,000 seats.

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FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY BIOMEDICAL LAB Miami, FL Due to the expansion of the Biomedical Engineering program at FIU, Zyscovich was selected to renovate a portion of the second floor of the College of Engineering and Computing Science, currently serving as office space, to create new Biomedical Engineering Labs including a dry lab with enhanced technologies for research and investigation and a wet lab for experiments. The firm provided a careful analysis of laboratory procedures and processes to program the individual work environments, a survey and assessment of current utility infrastructure to determine the alterations needed to accommodate lab functions, and life safety improvements to bring the building up to code. A condensed timeline for construction minimized disruption during the academic year.

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FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF EDUCATION Miami, FL The FIU Education Building, a graduate and doctoral level teaching and research facility, is a courtyard building with case method rooms, state-of-the-art video and teleconferencing downlink facilities, conference and seminar space, public spaces, teaching labs, faculty and administrative offices, and classrooms.

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FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY PRIMERA CASA RESTROOMS Miami, FL The four-story, 224,229 SF Primera Casa building was the first on the Modesto Maidique Campus - it is currently home to the Registrar’s Office, Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid, Undergraduate Advising, Human Resources, and the President and Provost offices. Working within the existing shell structure and restroom footprint, Zyscovich provided a new functional layout of all male and female restrooms in the building, designed in accordance with FIU building standards.

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FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY SOFTBALL & GOLF COMPLEX Miami, FL Zyscovich is providing A/E services for the construction of a new 3,500 SF locker room building for FIU’s softball and golf teams in accordance with FIU’s building standards. The new facility will be adjacent to the existing softball complex and will contain offices, locker rooms, team showers, a lounge, public restrooms, and storage facilities.

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FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY DEUXIÈME MAISON THEATER Miami, FL The Deuxième Maison, also known as the DM building, houses a black box theater which was in need of a performance stage. A code analysis performed by the firm revealed the need for ADA upgrades. Acoustic design and engineering resulted in new sound paneling and acoustic insulation, and lighting design services provided improved lighting controls for the entry, aisles, house and stage. New interior finishes were provided throughout the facility along with the repair and adjustment of existing plumbing and mechanical systems.

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FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY PARKING GARAGE Miami, FL Zyscovich designed a tripartite facade punctuated with fenestration and archways to minimize the sense of scale. Decorative grilles provide a lantern-like quality of pierced illumination that serves both aesthetically and for security. The oversized arches at the top of the structure project a sense of architectural strength and make the building easily identifiably from a distance. Zyscovich designed the garages with “nesting quadrants,” creating distinct mini-garages within the larger parking facilities to control traffic and provide parking for 300–500 cars for those attending special events without infringing on use by everyday students, faculty and employees.

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FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY WOLFSONIAN Miami Beach, FL Renovation and 25,000 sq. ft. expansion of The Wolfsonian-Florida International University, a Spanish Renaissance-style building with Art Deco influences, located on Washington Avenue in Miami Beach. The project includes a new welcoming entrance and lobby, the expansion of galleries and program space, state-of-theart classrooms, studio environments and a digital lab.

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FLORIDA STATE UNIVERISTY PANAMA CITY CAMPUS STUDENT HOUSING Panama City, FL The new residence hall at Florida State University Panama City (FSUPC) campus will provide a welcoming, comfortable, and safe environment for students to call home. The residence hall will be all apartment-style housing containing a total of 125 units with 380 beds. This new development will create a new hub of student housing on campus by making strong pedestrian and bike connections to the existing classroom building, recreation areas and the dining center.

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BEZALEL ACADEMY OF ARTS & DESIGN Jerusalem, Israel The Zyscovich, Inc. plan was designed to generate a visible and accessible renaissance of creative activity in the heart of Jerusalem. From every point of the campus, outside and in, the life of the school is evident through glass facades that continuously transform the experience of the campus from theater to metaphoric cityscape to a museum of creative activity and urban interaction. The project’s architecture weaves together polarities of Judaism -- past and future, the concrete and the ethereal, shadow and light – by becoming, according to Jewish teaching, “a vessel that gives and receives light.”

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TALMUDIC UNIVERSITY Miami Beach, FL The Talmudic University campus, located on a former hotel site, is intended, over time, to be the home for a high school and college education facilities of Jewish learning and living facilities for students and faculty.

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ST. JOHN VIANNEY SEMINARY Miami, FL The Seminary was founded by Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll in 1959 within the first year of the establishment of the Archdiocese in Miami. Through their four-year college seminary program, the goal of the institution was to form men for the diocesan priesthood by focusing on the pillars of formation: human, spiritual, pastoral, and academic. The Seminary Library has grown to become the largest bilingual collection of philosophy and theology in Florida.

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Years of Experience in Master Planning, Architecture & Interior Design

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LEED® Accredited Professionals

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Sustainable & LEED® Projects

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Educational Facilities including the “Safest in the World” DODEA 21st Century Schools

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WHO IS ZYSCOVICH? Zyscovich strives to create enduring designs that are iconic yet contextual, incorporate the latest in design thinking, are sustainable climatically, and stand the test of time aesthetically. We approach projects by identifying opportunities to create a sense of place, supporting sustainable development by understanding how a campus, city or place came to be and

considering past and present development patterns, local needs for better communities, and economic obstacles and opportunities. Based on this philosophy, our team creates authentic environments specific to each community by providing design solutions for livable places with diverse populations, cultural amenities, and economic vitality.

Services Architectural Design

Land Planning

Programming

Facility Planning

Facility Master Planning

Strategic Facilities Planning

Strategic Site Planning

Zoning and Land Use Development Regulations

Work Flow Analysis

Innovation in Master Planning Design

Branding and Wayfinding

Sustainable Design Historic Preservation Program Management Urban Design

“Real Urbanism” Interior Design

Space Planning Lighting Design FF & E Specification Artwork Selection

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SUSTAINABILITY Design for sustainability is not always easy—it requires special motivation. Our experience with sustainable or high performance building design is not only advantageous to University operations, but also improves the health, safety and comfort of its students, staff and visitors. Zyscovich is committed to the incorporation of sustainable principles in our designs. Through the application of sustainable design tenets we are able to create facilities that provide highly-efficient operational systems, healthy environments for the occupants, and buildings that actually enhance the learning process. The firm has significant experience with regards to energy reduction initiatives for new

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and existing buildings, including the utilization of renewable energy systems. Although the challenges for LEED® certification can be significant, our expertise allow us to focus on those credits that have high programmatic value and/or high return on investment. With more than 200+ sustainable projects completed, in design or in construction for Green Globes, FGBC, International Green Certification Code (IGCC), Net-Zero Ready, and LEED® Certification at all levels, including Platinum, Gold, and Silver, Zyscovich is well-positioned to assist colleges and universities address the challenges posed by climate change.

Largest Green Architecture Firm by the South Florida Business Journal

Founding Member of the U.S. Green Building Council South Florida Chapter

Top Ten Green Design Firm in Florida by Engineering News-Record

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Palm Beach State College Dr. Dennis P. Gallon was designed as a sustainable and future net-zero campus. In addition to the future planning for a net-zero campus, the new campus was designed under the new International Green Construction Code (IGCC). This new code creates buildings which are more efficient, reduce waste, and have a positive impact on health, safety and community welfare. 133


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